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have their programs cut perhaps as much as 10%. meals programs, a quarter are going up in poverty and they need that nutritious meal. >> but the districts would still need to come up with the money. >> how would you do that? >> we need to dig that much deeper into our own resources, into our own budget.
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as you know, it is going to prevent more cuts to school. >> so the feds could be cutting it away statement. >> even prop 30 didn't give us more money. it prevented more cuts from happening. >> in the meantime those programs will be disrupted. teachers possibly laid off, hard to get back. >> meanwhile the state's superintendent is talking about already asking tax payers for more money. this time a statewide school bond. >> we have over 10,000 schools. >> in the newsroom, phil matier, cbs 5. fiscal cliff camps are sprouting up across california. congresswoman's office in san jose, local seniors rally to demand lawmakers raise taxes on bank and corporations lain off social programs. city omhi-wwork. 3 developing news in san
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pablo. ken bastida is live with more. police still look for the gunman? >> reporter: that's right, allen. they are still trying to figure out what happened inside this apartment. as you mentioned, shots rang out. it is normally quiet here. early sunday morning when police got here they found two people's bodice -- bodies laying on the stairs here. they also found something else inside the apartment. they found their 4-year-old daughter inside safe. police say somebody in this neighborhood knows what happened and they want find out. >> in front of my mom's house
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on dover and i heard two loud gunshots. >> on a saturday night there are people still up watching tv, doing nightly events. we're hoping that often times a person will say i heard something but they think it's not significant. they don't call, and we really want them to call because those insignificant tips that they believe are very significant to us. >> reporter: yeah. the lieutenant tells us they have had five homicides so far. this is number six and seven for the year. in all previous five murders they were solved primarily by the public coming forward and they want the public to come forward on. this he believes as do the investigators that somebody here knows what happened. they need to come forward and talk to police and catch the people responsible. reporting live in san pablo, ken bastida, back to you. the woman who murdered michelle lei showed no emotion before being sentenced to prison. before the sentencing she had to face her friend's shattered
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family. ann notarangelo has more on what the judge called a cold- blooded killer. >> maybe she will never feel remorse. i can't say that. if she did, that would show she is somewhat of a human being. >> michelle was incredible. it has impacted my entire family. >> michelle disappeared during a break in her nursing class in may 20/11. her body was found -- 2011. it is not clear how she died. esteban's attorney admitted her client killed the 26-year-old but said it was voluntary manslaughter because she acted in the heat of passion. she and esteban were high
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school friends in san diego, but esteban believed her former classmate was involved with her exboyfriend and the father of her child. >> she only revealed her ugliness and revealed michelle's beauty. >> the judge sentenced the mother of two to 25 years meaning she could get parole. >> we're just glad that some form of justice has been served. >> the judge said he had never seen a case with more condemn circumstancable evidence pointing to a killer, a killer who has shown in remorse. >> we always felt sitting in trial she felt no remorse. she stared directly at our family with a blank stare. it was good that he pointed that out. >> reporter: the judge told esteban if she has any hope of ever getting out of prison on parol, she better show signs of remorse. ann notarangelo, cbs 5.
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another buy bomb -- pipe bomb inside pleasant hill early this afternoon. the fuse was lit. a truck somehow snag the wire as it pulled into the juvenile detention facility overnight. as the driver and passenger
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scrambled to escape, they made a split second decision that saved their lives. >> they jumped out and cleared the vehicle completely before they hit the ground, so they didn't have contact with the ground and the vehicle which would prevent them from being electro cute. >> the driver told us that he stops at camp sweeney twice a week and never noticed that power line before.
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he thinks the pole may have already been broken causing the wires to sag. checking some bay area headlines. san francisco police are investigating a bizarre case that left one man and the a woman with critical injuries. the couple was found bound and gagged . a woman kidnapped last month. one of the suspects, the photos were taken by a camera. so far there have been no arrest and there is a $10,000 reward in the case. a community radio station remains off the air tonight after its transmitter was vandalized. it is the third time in a year that the station kzct has been trashed. a previous incident appeared to be racially motivated. the owner says he may not be able to replace the equipment and might have to shut down. the safety net for low income people in california includes food stamps and housing assistance. now another program is approved that could help them get back on their feet. cbs 5's grace lee on the plan
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to provide free cell phones for the homeless. >> a federal program called lifeline run by the cell company assurance. it would give a free cell phone the homeless and these with a very low income. you have to make less than 24,700 a year in a one to two person household or be enrolled in programs like medicaid, federal public housing or the national school lunch program. >> it will be able to send text to people saying following your application you have a shelter bed here or go the a resource center or please come in. your application has come up for housing. i think it will really change things tremendously. >> but who pays for the free phones for the homeless? phone customers pay an average of $10 a year to operate it according to assurance. it is mandated by the federal government. >> if you found out you had to pay a little bit of money are you okay with that? >> yeah. we can all chip in. you don't want to hand them out things, empower them or not do anything. >> the original intent of this program was to make sure people in rural or low-income areas would still have access to land lines. obviously that has changed with the times. this program, assurance says they are going to work out the
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logistics and hope to start sending out the basic cell phones to eligible in just a couple weeks. liz. >> great lakes thank you. a corporate sell out. why the new updated system is getting a collective thumb's down. boats abandoned for decades now facing eviction. why one bay area city is fighting to keep a piece of the past. >> reporter: these guys were blue as a swimmer's lips today. the bill chill headed toward the bay area after we pay a bill or two. stay tuned. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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the new logo, has gathered e the new uc logo is getting a big thumb's double it has gathered more than 39 thundershower signatures for the petition. ed a min stray -- 39,000 signatures. officials say they wanted a more user friendly stein, but
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critics say it doesn't match elegance of the old one. >> now it's just a rub -- rubber stamp nothing. >> university officials say alumni and officials were consulted about the design. we are told the old one will be used for official university correspondence. sit art or an eyesore. people are taking sides over what to do about some old boat. cbs 5 reporter don ford with that story tonight. >> reporter: beautiful and picture risk, these old boats have been stuck here for nearly half a century. now the bacon service and development commission says they must be removed. marine owner says lots of folks enjoy the view. >> hundreds of people are down here painting it all the time. i hope there is some kind of compromise. >> the old crane is believed to have worked building the golden gate bridge.
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another is said to be an old alas can fishing boat called red barren. and this is an old pile driver used to fill some of san francisco's original piers. all of it sinking into the mud. >> i have been coming here for 25 years. >> this local artist sees them as a thing of beauty, and her art is on display at the local gallery along with many other artists who have been inspired. >> you can't make a good painting unless something inside you wakes up with excitement. it doesn't happen when i look at the brand new boat. >> the plan is to remove and recycle the vessels, but they say. >> we are in a rock and hard place right now as we speak today. >> the city wants to please the citizens but has to work with the bcdc. they are asking for further review before anything is done. one big question has been raised. what contaminants, if any, are in the mud underneath these wrecks. authorities say until that question has been answered,
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these wrecks aren't going anywhere. don ford, cbs 5. brian, not much to dispute abouted to's weather. pretty clear and gorgeous today. >> reporter: did you feel the warmth? >> i did. >> reporter: did you feel the warmth? >> it was awesome. >> we set records today. >> reporter: we did. only takes a reading of 68 degrees and santa rosa gets a record. things are going to change by tomorrow and w. things will really cool double look how pretty that is. concord 53. san francisco has 58 degrees. we are about 10 degrees above average for this time of year in the bay area. tomorrow we will get back down to where we belong as i think the beetles once said.
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we are look for numbers only in the upper 50s. elizabeth will have your latest traffic on the morning show. rain returns late tomorrow night i. will be much cooler by wednesday. time lapse here we have high pressure that is in command over the eastern pacific. gave us a great offshore flow today. the northeasterlies brought the temperatures up. low pressure tonight way from the gulf of alaska means change on the way to the b. we will get sun tomorrow. by tomorrow night we will get the rain. rainfall at this point in the season, we are about 1.5 average. san francisco. almost 9 inches is 152% of average. the rain coming in on wednesday will be mostly remembered because it is going to be cold. only get about a quarter to a half inch so it is not a huge rainmaker, but it will get wet. numbers tomorrow come down to about 54 degrees. santa rosa falls by 10 degrees. still not bad. 58 is about where it should be this time of year. 53 for san jose and 62 for livermore. in the extended forecast, it looks like this.
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wednesday we get rain. actually, rain begins tuesday night on the so -- sonoma county line. as we get toward the weekend we will figure it out. in the meantime, we are going to celebrate the fact that christmas is all about the spirit of giving. joining us to present a check to the second harvest food bank is or 8:00 giving. you're the executive director. >> i am of the or 8:00 education foundation. i am a director of oracle. >> you are holding a mighty piece of card board there showing how much oracle is giving to the food bank.
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>> i am. would you like me to do the big reveal? >> i would. only by building up the tension. does oracle set aside the money? this is not the only thing you d right? >> that's right. we do a lot of things. it is a combination of monetary donations from the company. company matching gifts for employee gifts, and employee volunteers. >> perfect. what do you do? how much does this help? what do you do with the money specifically? >> oracle has long been one of our significant partners. they really help us plan for the future. every dollar that is donated to us is for nutritious meals. >> i think it is about time. what do you think? how much did we collect?
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>> $100,000. >> 100,000. that is as much as we've had all season. we have quite an audience in here and well cheered, by the way. that is a huge contribution. we really appreciate it. how many people is that going to feed? >> we are serving a quarter of a million every month. this will provide 200,000 meals. >> that is fabulous. really well don't thank you. thanks to oracle. second harvest food bank, i know you want to figure out how you can help yourself. donate at whole foods, also on line at thank you. >> thank you. a special message in this year's rose parade. >> 48 hours. >> how transplant patients will make a unique appeal to potential donors. a shocking arrest in an armed car jacking attempt. the kids facing charges are still in elementary school. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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bittersweet moment for a bay area college student, and te northern california family t saved his life. cbs-5 reporter mike sugerman show: they were brought together s ago by tragedy. and reunited today, by hope: track 1 this is a story abot two young men shared a lot.n takes his "fisca rose parade in pasadena will be a bittersweet moment for a bay area college student and the northern california family that saved his life. cbs 5 reporter mike sugerman has more >> unfortunately the same day they were told they would die. >> doctors had only given me days, like 48 hours. >> alfonso garcia was only 15
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when he was told his liver had failed but he is still here to talk about it. >> he was an amazing, an amazing young man. >> 22-year-old george beckert did die that day. a routine sinus infection crept into his brain. alfonso is alive -- alive today because george isn't. george's mom will never get over the death of her son. because his liver was transplanted into alfonso and because alfonso is doing so well today, it hurts a little less. >> it has breathed new light into a place that was very dark that i could have never known. >> on new year's day alfonso will be on a float alongside a likeness of george to celebrate and promote organ donation. if you are in an accident about to die, why not help others
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livability it is not so simple. >> a lot of people think if you're found in a car accident paramedics won't do their job and save your life because you have the pink dot. >> george had the pink dot to say it. >> how many lives do you think it has saved. >> thousands. >> this is the doctor who saved alfonso's life. >> we have 120,000 people waiting on the transplant list in this country. at least 10 to 12% of them will be dead by the end of this year because there is not enough organs to go around. >> there could be more if these life-affirming stories could reach more people. mike sugerman cbs 5. coming up in our next half hour, the president takes his fiscal cliff case trend -- tonight road. don't talk about them like they are give aways. >> what some see as the only way to get both sides to compromise on taxes. music fans mourn the loss
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of a singing superstar. how jenni rivera is being remembered for more than her music. >> we couldn't see this happening. their prank may have cost a woman her life. now we hear for the first frame those disc jockeys who set off a fire storm.
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the president and house republicans have just three
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weeks to find a compromise o stop automatic tax hikes and spending cuts. and both sides say they're ready to . cbs reporter danielle nottim on the "sacred cow" that mit be key to the solution. suggested lead: the pres now at 6:30, president obama hits the road to sell his solution for avoiding the fiscal cliff. the president and the house republicans have just three weeks to find a compromise to stop automatic tax hikes and spending cuts, and both sides say they are ready to talk. cbs 5's danielle nottingham on what might be the key to the solution. >> president obama's public campaign to steer clear of the fiscal cliff took him to a diesel engine planted detroit. >> congress doesn't act soon, meaning the next few weeks, starting on january first, everybody's going to see their income taxes gop. >> private face to face talks were revised this weekend when house speaker john boehner went over to the white house. neither side is releasing details about the conversation, but taxes are still the big sticking point. >> i'm not going to have a situation where the wealthiest among us, including folks like me, get to keep all our tax break. >> reporter: republicans have
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adamantly opposed raising taxes, but some are considering it now if democrats agree to social security and medicare changes. >> republicans were disappointed with the proposed spending cuts in the president's first offer which do not include changes to entitlement programs. >> we have got to do something about the spending. an obsession to raise taxes is not going to solve the problem. >> advocates for seniors want social security and medicare out of the fiscal cliff debate. >> don't talk about them as if they are entitlements and give aways. these are programs people have paid for over their entire working lives and have earned these programs. >> if lawmakers and the president don't find a compromise, taxes for all americans will go up and across the board spending cuts will kick in on january first. danielle nottingham, cbs news washington. the former head of the international monetary fund and the maid who accuse him -- accused him of sexual assault
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has settled her lawsuit. it stems from a 2011 encounter. he denied he attack the woman but resigned. terms of the settlement are confidential. she still faces prostitution related charges in france. tonight, the music world is mourning the death of a superstar. the body of grammy nominated singer jenni rivera was found in the wreckage of a crash near mix co. rivera and six others died -- mexico. the 43-year-old was headed back to central mexico with her interage. cbs 5 reporter len ramirez has more. >> you could hear the music blaring out as people played the music to remember the life that was lost.
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>> powering through her recent balleds of heart break it seemed her life was reaching a high point. for her many fans on both sides of the mexican american border it made news of her plane crash and sudden death all the more difficult to take. >> really very sad. i don't think nobody can believe what happened. so, so sad. >> rivera was a rarity in the recording industry, a rising star who was also a middle-aged mother of five who was a grandmother. she was a working single mom who hit it big incrossed over. born in southern california to mexican immigrant parents she spoke english and spanish. she had a successful career in music and reality tv. >> the fans are mourning. people are hurt. >> raid yes personality says rivera wasn't shy about letting the world know about her problems and failed mar annals.
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>> her music portrayed, you know, that women can do it too. kind of like a feminist thing. if i did it, you can do it. if you have kids, if you're in a tough relationship, you can still make it. >> to the many works moms in the mexican american community she was a favorite and a role model. >> was a very good mother. she's an example for me because i'm a single mother, too. she tried very hard to help. >> sad day for you? >> very sad. very sad 234. >> reporter: so hard for a lot of fans to believe. in fact, there was word early on that this all might be a
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hoax. but this afternoon boated mexican and u.s. officials said the remains were found. in fact, ntsb officials are on their way to help mexican authorities investigate this crash. len ramirez, cbs 5. well, a tearful apology today from the australian radio hosts to prank called the hospital who was treating the pregnant duchess. mel freak and michael christian gain private information when they called the hospital pretending to be queen elizabeth and prince charles. then they put it tonight air. three days later the nurse they placed the call to was found dead. >> i have to think about their family and what they have to be going through and the thought that we may have played a part in that, gut wrenching.
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>> the djs have been suspended and their show has been canceled. a navy seal is being praised as a fallen hero tonight. heeded during a rescue mission in afghanistan. a couple of armed crooks trying to car jack a woman. the news is the suspects are children. happened in portland oregon saturday. a 22-year-old woman was waiting for her parents who were in their church. that's when a 7-year-old and an 11-year-old walked up to the driver side window. >> the 7-year-old told the 11- year-old, he was like she her the piece. he showed -- he flashed me his gun. i was like is that real. he said you don't have to ask if it's real. that's how you get yourself
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shot. >> turn out it was a very real loaded .22 caliber handgun. the woman drove off and called 911. portland police caught the children later. they were too young so they were handed over to their parents but they still could face charges. the governor gives his official stamp of approval. the milestone in california's new legal pot law and the obstacles that remain. lights in the sky in the bay area. what one expert speculates about what they could be. fid to clean dentures daily. its unique micro-clean formula kills 99.9% of odor causing bacteria and helps dissolve stains, cleaning in a better way than brushing with toothpaste. that's why dentists recommend polident. [ male announcer ] polident. cleaner, fresher, brighter every day.
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wanted to be here for your fist christmas? you see grandma lives waaaay down here, and you live way up here. brian, your cousin, he's a little bit older than you, he lives here, in chicago. and your aunt lisa lives here, in baltimore. uncle earnie? waaay out in hawaii. but don't you worry, we will always be together for christmas. [ male announcer ] being together is the best part of the holidays and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. you just ate dallas! and cheerios is happy to be part of the family. [ traffic passing ] ] ♪ [ music box: lullaby ] [ man on tv, indistinct ] ♪ [ lullaby continues ] [ baby coos ] [ man announcing ] millions are still exposed to the dangers... of secondhand smoke... and some of them can't do anything about it. ♪ [ continues ] [ gasping ]
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governor hickenlooper took e final official step today -- declaring the voter-approved amendment is now part of the state constitution. the governor says the people wee --quote-- "loud and clear". the law allows anyone over o possess up to an ounce for recreational use -- or six plants. colorado is still it is official. smoking pot is now legal in colorado. the governor took the final official step today declaring the voter approved amendment is now part of the state constitution. the governor says people were, quote, loud and clear. the law allows anyone over 21 to possess up to an ounce for
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recreational use or six plants. colorado will not allow commercial sells for at least a year. did you ship where you are holiday packages yet? if you did ited to you certainly weren't alone. fed ex says today was its busiest. the world's second largest delivery company says it handled about 19 million packages. that is about 200 packages every second. >> all hands on deck. we're all here. until christmas we're going to have everyone here. we will get it done. >> fed ex hired 20,000 extra workers for the holiday shipping season. the company credits a 17% increase in online sales for the shipping frenzy. well, we're learning more tonight about the other mystery winner of the massive power ball jackpot. a man in arizona bought one of
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the two winning ticket last month and he won $192 million. but unlike some of the, well, down on your luck, not doing so well winners of the past, matthew goode was doing well before the drawing. he bought a $300,000 home in the suburb of fountain hills last year and his new team of financial advisers told him to take a one-time payout this year and avoid the higher taxes next year. eerie lights in the night sky. did you seem them? one explanation for an expert. >> reporter: right now we are looking at numbers mostly in the 50s. things will cool down big time midweek as we look toward the embarcadero. the san jose state football coach is headed to the back 12 if not to berkeley, coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,
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crab fishermen and wholesal. all right, we are still waiting word on the outcome of talks between crab fishermen and wholesalers. they want the $3 per pound price that was agreed to earlier in the season. wholesalers say demand for crab is lower and they want to drop the price. a lot of talk around the newsroom today about this next
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story. strange lights over san ran -- san francisco this weekend. take a look. >> what is that? look at those lights up there, dude. >> cue the x-files music. the man and his wife saw the lights about 1:00 a.m. on sunday and recorded them with an iphone. at first they thought it was fireworks. we checked with federal authorities today and they told us they don't know what the lights were and did not receive any unusual reports. a man and woman were abducted, but they are back. >> there is no connection there. >> no. probably not. got a lot of books for us to read. >> yes. this is from my personal collection at home. i will tell you why i brought these in after i tell you about the weather. things were very warm, about 10 degrees above average. even now, it is not so bad for december. 59degrees in san jose. here we are about a quarter to
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7:00. in livermore, 55. santa rosa has gotten 53 after setting a record high of 68. oakland is down to 61. oakland tied a high temperature. here is what is ahead for the bay area. whenever you get high pressure, right behind it you will get unusually cool weather. it will be sunny early tomorrow but then rain will move in late tomorrow night and through wednesday. so, rain and cold late tuesday and wednesday. it will be totally different by the end of the week. fog in the morning will be a factor. we have dense fog, especially for the coast. temperatures start out at 9:00 around 55 for much of the bay area. here is what happened today. high pressure that's over the eastern pacific is finally getting numbered east. so, the big storm track that has been heading north is finally going to sink south. as it does, it's going to bring rain with it by tuesday night. totals will be about a quarter of an inch to a half an inch.
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tomorrow looks okay. if you are heading out of sfo tomorrow, mostly sunny skies. winds will be out of the west with a high of 58. for the rest, new york is all right with partly cloudy skies and a temperature of 54. chicago's sunshine, 37 degrees. that's cool. for them this will be a major heat wave. 58degrees in santa rosa. nap that -- extend forecast, wednesday looks w. not hugely w. lit distinctionly be colder. thursday and friday will ease it off right now. thursday and friday look mostly dry. saturday and sunday we're going to do the universal forecast. there is sun. there's clouds. unstable weather like unstable people, you don't know what it is going to do next.
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these are books i started collecting when i was 8. patrick moore, it is funny that you haven't heard from him because not only did he write more than out boxen astronomy, but he was also the longest running host of any television program in the milky way galaxy. he hosted the bbc sky at night beginning in 1957 and worked all the way up until last monday. he hosted the last program. over this weekend heeded -- he died at 89. he was known to millions. he inspired millions in astronomy, inspired me, and you're about find out why when you look at some clips of an interview i did with patrick moore for pbs a few years ago. watch. >> i can remember the exact moment. i was 6 years old, and that was 60 years ago.
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i was sitting in the armchair in england. i picked up a book belonging to my mother who was always just a bit interested in astronomy. i thought this is interesting. 60 years later i am still trying to figure it out. >> venus, i don't recommend. it has a surface temperature of nearly 1,0 00 degrees. the atmosphere is mainly carbon monoxide. it is about 90,000 the pressure of this room. if you decide to go to venus and step outside your spacecraft you will immediately be fried, poisoned, squashed and corroded. i don't recommend it. >> who cares if there's a ring around neptune or not? how do you respond to that. >> it's always put forth by people who are in an earlier age who had a similar objection to the evolution of the wheel. bear in mind, too, if we ever stopped wanting to learn for
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the sake of learning, we will go into stagnation, and i hope that won't happen. i forget who the scientist was. in the middle of the last century he was the asked a question. what is the use of this new study of electricity. he said, what is the good of a newborn baby. >> after the mile from earth, the spacecraft sent back pictures of the man's closest look yet of the planet sat you shall. >> people will presumably get to jupiter in march of 1979. >> been doing it ever since. what did it tell us. more than any man could have hoped. millions or thousands of millions of years from now it
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may still be traveling among the stars unseen, unheard and untrackable. and i wonder, will anyone ever find it. when they do, what will they make of it. >> they'll have the record. >> they will have the record. having heard the record, if from that they can work out what voyager is, what it is intended to do and where it came from, they are a better man than i could have ever been. armstrong, the first on the moon, and the first man in space. i also met wright. interesting thing is wright and armstrong could actually have met. they didn't but they could have because they lives overlapped. i would love to have gone off in a rocket. for one thing, i am too old.
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san jose state head coach me macintyre led the spartans o their first well, it pays to go bowling. san jose state football coach led the spartans to their first bowl appearance since 2006. recently i canned him if he planned to -- asked him if he planned to cash in on a new coaching gig. >> job security is not an
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issue, but if another one came along would you be interested? >> if you lose they talk about you. you don't like that. when you win they talk about you. you'd rather be on the winning side. that helps the program. we love it here. >> you knew that question was coming, didn't you? >> yeah, i knew. i hope it comes every year while i'm here. >> well, he's no longer there. the university of colorado has hired him as their next head coach. he turned around the spartans in his three years there. this year they had their first 10-win season in a quarter century. spartans take on bowling green in the military bowl on december 27th in ward. -- washington, d.c. the big we is will mcentire will be. >> my mind and body is here working because know how that goes. that's a tough question. >> i can tell you who won't be
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going to any games very soon, 49ers coach jim harbaugh was asked about the future of brandon jacobs after he used social media to criticize his role with the team. >> is he a part of this team? >> no comment on that. >> you still part of the team? >> i would like to invoke the fifth amendment. motivated comment. >> took some frustrations out on twitter saying, quote, this is by far the worst year i ever had. just hours after harbaugh took the fifth t 49ers suspended jacobs for the final three game of the regular season. jacobs is frustrated because he has played in just two games with five rushes for seven yards. a two week suspension for conduct detrimental to the team endedded to and the linebacker was reinstated to the 53-man roster but was not at practice. stephen curry back in town hugging the woman who used to
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give him ice cream. he gave away 73 tickets and man, did he give them a show. warriors go up at the half. third quarter, look at curry shake and bake. he hit three three pointers in the third alone. 27points and seven assists. warriors win 104-96 meaning they will have their first winning road trip of seven games since gasoline was 30 cents a gasoline. if you were not at the embarcadero, here is what you missed. >> who needs two hands when you can catch with one. holding the wobbly pass, stays inbound and maintains control. eagles win. rg3 can fly. problem is, he can get hit doing. good news, it is a strain. even obama could be heard
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sighing a sigh of relief. manny was out cold on the canvas in the sixth round. take another look. what's the worst free throw in history. he doesn't even get halfway to the hoop. the play of the weekend. panther and falcons, cam newton 7ty -- 72 yards to the house. carolina hands them their second loss of the season. the 49ers are all of a sudden back in the home field advantage playoff picture. they have issues of their own. >> how long is smith going to still be a 49er. >> as long as they keep winning. you're playing on two very difficult fields, home games against two very difficult teams. >> true. >> all right, dennis. thanks. for news throughout the evening the latest is always on
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